TBM 850: 100 Years of History in Photos

Take a look at the TBM 850's roots, which reach back itself to the early days of aviation.

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Léon Morane (front) and Raymond Saulnier in a Type G monoplane circa 1912.
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First airmail flight made in 1912 by the French Army in the MS Type H, from Velizy-Villacoublay, near Paris, to Pau.
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1913 Type G Parasol
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The Original Type N racing plane taken at the Wien Air Show in July 1914.
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The Type AI (Photo courtesy of Musée de l'Air, Paris)
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**In 1930, the MS 225 (the last Morane-Saulnier parasol monoplane fighter) was the first French fighter aircraft to achieve a 300 kph (200 mph) top speed. **
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**One of the best air-to-air pictures known of the MS 406 before World War II. **
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The first prototype of the MS 760 Paris - named “Paris Jet" by Beechcraft, in flight, in 1954.
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The MS 880 Rallye first prototype in Toussus-le-Noble, June 1959.
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MS 893 Rallye Commodore in flight in typical 1960s colors.
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First picture of the TB 10 Tobago prototype in 1977.